Despite all the furor surrounding the impending release of Apple's follow-up to its best-selling tablet, all we really know about the iPad 2 is...well, nothing. Thanks to some Wall Street Journal and New York Times reports, we believe it's going to drop sometime in the first half of 2011. And that's it. Recently, however, the interwebs have been flooded with rumors of possible features. Some of the best ones have the tablet coming in three variations, sporting a version of the iPhone 4's Retina Display, being powered by a dual-core processor, and having a better internal speaker. Sounds like a hell of an update. But as we've learned from Apple in the past, it ain't real 'til Steve says it is. [Mashable]

Instead of improving its crappy cellular service, AT&T does this. Fantastic. [/sarcasm] [Wired]

This is your brain on Facebook. [Techland]

Mythbusters: You don't have to wait 15 seconds before rebooting your computer. Check out nine other tech myths. [CNET]

Is 2011 Android's year? Fortune thinks so. [Fortune]

Not sure why you would want to, but here's how to turn your NOOKcolor into a Kindle. [TechCrunch]

China's still building crazy shit. This may be its wildest endeavor yet. [DVICE]